14.01.2013

Scholarships in Icelandic Studies for Foreign Students

The Icelandic Ministry of Education, Science and Culture awards annually a number of scholarships for studies in Icelandic for Foreign Students at the University of Iceland.

In the 2012-2013 academic year, from 1 September 2013 to 30 April 2014, approximately 18 scholarships will be available. Please notice that the handling of the Icelandic Government Program has been moved to the Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies.

These scholarships are intended for students of language and literature. Students who have completed at least two academic years of university study and with some prior knowledge of Icelandic or other Nordic language will be given priority. Preference will, as a rule, be given to a candidate under 35 years of age.

Students of listed country (see following information leaflet) and fulfill the aforementioned requirements can apply directly to the Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Sigurður Nordal Office, Box 1220, 121 Reykjavík, Iceland.

The applications must reach the Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies by March 1, 2013. A special application form is to be used. This form can be downloaded from: www.arnastofnun.is/page/a_inter_scholarships

A special committee in Iceland will decide on the outcome of the applications and its evaluation will be announced to the candidates by April 2013.

Enclosures: A copy of the application form and a copy of the information leaflet concerning the Icelandic Scholarships which is available at the Institute´s website.

Information on the current programmes of Study in Icelandic for Foreign Students at the School of Humanities, University of Iceland and examination procedures are available at the University’s website (the programme may be subject to changes): www.islmenn.hi.is

 

On behalf of the Institution

 

 

Úlfar Bragason, Research professor

Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies

Sigurður Nordal Office

P.O.Box 1220, 121 Reykjavik, Iceland.



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